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Testseek.co.uk have collected 42 expert reviews of the Lenovo IdeaPad A1 and the average rating is 68%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Lenovo IdeaPad A1.
 
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  Published: 2014-04-29, Author: tedsumms , review by: whattabletpc.com

  • Abstract:  I'm looking at the Lenovo Ideapad A1 today and giving some first impressions of the hardware. This tablet runs Android 2 .3 Gingerbread so can be compared to the original 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab , or HTC Flyer . The key selling point for this tablet is ...

 
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  Published: 2014-04-29, Author: tedsumms , review by: whattabletpc.com

  • Abstract:  The Lenovo IdeaPad A1 tablet is a low cost 7-inch tablet running Android 2.3 with an impressive performance and price tag sub-£200. There are some trade-offs but it offers great features at that price. Below we have a hands-on demo video review of the Ide...

 
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  Published: 2012-04-03, Author: David , review by: artiss.co.uk

  • An incredibly well built tablet with a superb resolution screen at a bargain price. A lack of long term support and a number of niggling bugs is the only let-down...

 
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  Published: 2012-05-14, Author: Staff , review by: gadgetreview.com

  • Unlike the Fire, the A1 comes with both front and rear facing cameras, Expandable memory through the micro SD slot is a huge boon, The battery life is pretty good, lasting about six hours when being constantly used at full brightness
  • The screen is not good at all, and it has bad viewing angles, Dated software running on dated hardware makes the experience feel “meh”, Overall design feels clunky at best
  • While the IdeaPad A1 isn't a horrible system, it also doesn't do anything to set it apart from the ...

 
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  Published: 2012-04-11, Author: Tony , review by: androidspin.com

  • Abstract:  After seeing the Lenovo IdeaPad A1 Tablet at CES 2012, I was anxious to get my hands on one to do a full-fledged review for our readers, simply because I was sure that the tablet was one that could prove to be a strong contender in the sub-$250 7-inch tab...

 
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  Published: 2012-03-23, Author: Adam , review by: gottabemobile.com

  • Size Makes It Versatile, Fantastic Price Point, Android Runs Well and Reliably
  • Unimpressive cameras, Doesn't Have Android 4.0, Mediocre Display, Design and Hardware, When I first got the tablet, as I mentioned in my first impressions, I wasn't expecting much from a design standpoint. $199 doesn't exactly signal elegance in the world
  • The Lenovo IdeaPad A1's $199 price point makes it an exceptional value. It has specifications that while not mind-blowing, get the job done.It's not going to deliver a full-blown experience like Apple's iPad, but it's perfect for those that want to check...

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  Published: 2012-03-15, Author: Brandon , review by: androidauthority.com

  • After spending some quality time with the Lenovo IdeaPad A1, the only thing I can say is that I like it, for the price. I recommended one to my mom when she was looking for a small tablet in the $200 price range. I would get one to let my kids watch movie...

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  Published: 2012-03-15, Author: Vince , review by: tabletpcreview.com

  • Offline GPS, Lightweight and easy to hold, Frontand rearfacing camera, Micro SD card slot for expansion up to 32GB
  • Gingerbread OS, Screen marred by poor viewing angles and glare, Pokey  processor

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  Published: 2012-03-07, review by: techreviewsource.com

  • Phone apps look fine and work well. Decent battery life.
  • Subpar screen. Middling performance. Rapidly aging OS
  • With both the Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet available for $50 less, the Lenovo Ideapad Tablet A1, with its middling performance and low-quality screen, is a tough sell....

 
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  Published: 2012-02-29, Author: Eugene , review by: pcmag.com

  • Phone apps look fine and work well. Decent battery life.
  • Subpar screen. Middling performance. Rapidly aging OS
  • With both the Kindle Fire and the Nook Tablet available for $50 less, the Lenovo Ideapad Tablet A1, with its middling performance and low-quality screen, is a tough sell....

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